Master’s degree in a relevant field is required; Ph.D. preferred. Minimum of one year teaching experience at college or university level. Publication record a plus. An ability to teach courses in the psychological and social psychological dimensions of technological innovation is preferred.
The Psychology and the Science, Technology, and Society (STS) Program in the Department of Humanities at the New Jersey Institute of Technology seeks a University Lecturer. Applicants should have a background in Psychology or Social Psychology, with a particular interest and expertise in the psychological and social psychological dimensions of technological innovation. Especially useful will be an understanding of issues pertaining to social media, pervasive computing, surveillance, artificial intelligence, digitization, and robotics.
The start date is September 1, 2018. The University Lecturer position at NJIT is a full-time non-tenure track position with the primary responsibility of teaching four courses (12 hours) or the equivalent each semester. One-year renewable contract. The primary teaching responsibility will be to teach one or more sections of the introductory course in Psychology, as well as electives in the STS program that focus on the psychological and social psychological dimensions of technological innovation. The lecturer reports to the Chair of Humanities.